Scottish papers: Probe over body and NHS 'cash crisis'

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The Scotsman reports that Police Scotland is being investigated over the handling of a case involving the discovery of man's body in his flat.

The Herald carries a warning from doctors that new cancer drugs could "bankrupt" the NHS in Scotland.

The Scottish Daily Mail's lead story is a report that police officers are to be permanently based inside Scottish prisons.

The Daily Record says the killer of 16-year-old Bailey Gwynne could be freed in time to celebrate his 21st birthday.

The Press and Journal's north-east edition also focuses on Bailey Gwynne's killer's sentence, also saying the 16-year-old, who cannot be named, could be out in five years.

The Scottish Sun reveals that Celtic boss Ronny Deila and his partner Ana Quintero are expecting their first child.

The National has an eyewitness report from the "Jungle of Calais".

And the Courier reports on architect Kengo Kuma's visit to the Dundee V&A.

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